Take the Guesswork Out of Hiring a Contractor with Bona Certified Craftsmen®
Finding the right hardwood floor contractor can be tricky. Getting quotes, scheduling and meeting all those contractors…it’s time consuming, and you still might not have someone you’re 100% happy with!
Luckily, Bona has helped make it easy to find a contractor near you that will give you the results you want and the customer service you deserve. With the Bona Certified Craftsmen Program, you’ll be connected to a network of trusted floor professionals that will give you peace of mind knowing that the services you receive are backed by Bona.
What is a Bona Certified Craftsman®?
Bona Certified Craftsmen® are flooring professionals that are trained and certified by Bona to use the complete Bona System on your floors. These floor contractors use Bona products during the entire process of installing and maintaining floors and even go through extra Bona training to stay current with the industry’s best practices.
Simply put, a Bona Certified Craftsman is the best of the best, using quality products and techniques to give you phenomenal results and service!
How do I benefit by using a Bona Certified Craftsmen®?
Hiring a Bona Certified Craftsman® as your professional hardwood floor contractor will give you a great floor, peace of mind and other benefits:
- Assurance that your contractor is an experienced flooring professional, trained and tested on all Bona product systems
- Opportunity for a 100% GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality Certified® job
- Modern and effective dust containment systems
- Floor care education and products
- Lifetime support from your Bona Certified Craftsman®
You’ve trusted Bona products to help create cleaner, more beautiful Floors. Now discover the difference of using a Bona Certified Craftsman.®
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